How are current trends affecting the family office and UHNWI landscape?

As the pace of economic, societal and environmental change around the world increases, we asked our KPMG Family Office and Private Client specialists to discuss how some of the trends we're seeing might impact family offices and individuals and change their practices going forward.

As Family Offices become more visible in the investment environment, we asked our KPMG FO&PC specialists to comment on how they see the role of family offices in the transactional market changing in the future. 

With the big societal changes we’re seeing around the wider purpose of wealth and the impact of climate change, we asked our KPMG FO&PC specialists how family offices and ultra-high net worth individuals are changing their practices for the future. 

With over $15 trillion of wealth expected to pass to the next generation in the course of the next decade and population trends such as the ‘100 year life’, we asked our KPMG FO&PC specialists to comment on how they see current population demographic trends affecting family offices and UHNWI.  


Greg Limb
Global Head of Family Office
& Private Client

Kalpesh Desai
KPMG India

Hugues Salome
KPMG in Switzerland

Ona Ike

Brad Sprong
KPMG in the US

Melissa Duffy
KPMG in South Africa

Robyn Langsford
KPMG Australia

Fabio Wagner
KPMG in Brazil